The Dow Theory. An Explanation of its Development and an Attitude to Define its Usefulness as an Aid in Speculation. Robert Rhea.
The Dow Theory. An Explanation of its Development and an Attitude to Define its Usefulness as an Aid in Speculation
The Dow Theory. An Explanation of its Development and an Attitude to Define its Usefulness as an Aid in Speculation

The Dow Theory. An Explanation of its Development and an Attitude to Define its Usefulness as an Aid in Speculation.

New York: Barron's, (1932).

First edition. xi, [1], 252 pp. 8vo. Publisher's black cloth. Extremities rubbed, cloth split at head of sale. Dennistoun 405; Zerden, p. 10. Item #316866

"The third important member of the triumvirate which professed the validity of the Dow Theory was Robert Rhea. He followed Charles Dow and William P. Hamilton" (Zerden).
"While confined to bed with illness for ten years, Rhea studied the Dow’s action thoroughly, eventually becoming convinced that it provided the only accurate method for forecasting stock movement. Idolizing Dow and William P. Hamilton, Rhea formulated a complete history of Dow Theory and, in conjunction with students of the theory from across the U. S., defined its terminology. This clear and precise work is the result" (Dennistoun).
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